Oxitan Injections are anticancer agents used in the treatment of cancer of colon and rectum. Oxaliplatin Injections is an active component present in the injection that works by damaging the genetic material, the DNA and RNA of the cancer cells. This mechanism stops the growth and multiplication of cancer cells in the body. Oxitan 50mg should not be used in conjunction with anticoagulants as it increases the risk of bleeding.
How to Use Oxitan 50mg Injections?
Oxitan 50 Mg Injection is given as an infusion into one of the veins by a trained doctor or nurse. It is recommended not to self-administer the injection. The doctor decides the dosage of this injection as per the patient's condition.
Side Effects of Oxitan 50mg Injections
Oxaliplatin Injections result in certain side effects such as blurred vision, temporary vision loss, fatigue, dizziness, vomiting, stinging sensation around the throat and mouth, and balance problems. If these side effects persist for a longer duration, consult the physician immediately.
This is an amazingly intense prescription when utilized in mix with 5-Fluorouracil.
review by Franklin on 1/2/2020
This is an amazingly intense prescription when utilized in mix with 5-Fluorouracil. My mum had a phase IV colorectal malignant growth, which has metastasized into the delicate tissue of the lower mid-region, causing a monstrous skin sore on the guts.